If you're in the market for a new smartphone, you really need to consider the OnePlus One smartphone - it has some of the best hardware baked inside of it, at just $299. It also runs CyanogenMod, which is a heavily modified Android ROM.
But how does it compare to the other super competitively priced Android-based smartphone, the Nexus 5? Well, Geek.com has booted both the smartphones up, with the OnePlus One taking just a couple of seconds to have the user in the OS, while the still-fast Nexus 5 takes much longer. I can't wait to get my hands-on the OnePlus One.
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